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  • Has anyone actually seen the vermont service center

    Hey there folks, its your resident foul mouth git here. I finally figured out why things take forever at the vermont service center.....for an organization that is supposedly handling nearly half a million applications for all types of immigration, I was shocked at how small the building was. The family and I are on vacation in Vermont right now and we decided to drive through St Albans on our way to Montreal today. St Albans is a beautiful little town about 12 miles from the canadian border. So basically the reason why applications take so long is because the mail has to travel so f-u-c-k-i-n-g far and the USCIS is drastically understaffed. oh well

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    Hey there folks, its your resident foul mouth git here. I finally figured out why things take forever at the vermont service center.....for an organization that is supposedly handling nearly half a million applications for all types of immigration, I was shocked at how small the building was. The family and I are on vacation in Vermont right now and we decided to drive through St Albans on our way to Montreal today. St Albans is a beautiful little town about 12 miles from the canadian border. So basically the reason why applications take so long is because the mail has to travel so f-u-c-k-i-n-g far and the USCIS is drastically understaffed. oh well

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    • #3
      That's a dim-witted theory.

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      • #4
        Actually, it makes a lot of sense. Thanks Paddy, for the info.
        Sweet Madame Belu

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        • #5
          Application : Employee ratio has always been greatly imbalanced. It doesn't matter if the VSC was located in a Metropolitan area on or not. The resources were alloted with the Immigration Laws in mind.

          It's the Immigration Laws - that has to be fulfilled, and to do that these days its very difficult with so many procedures involved (and the potential risks that could rise for immigrants). Understaffing is a small portion of the problem - no a major problem.

          Fast pace Processings - raises problems - and many slip-ups. Steady pace is the best way for the system to work.

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          • #6
            I suggest that they build about 25 "processing centers" where they grind aliens into dog food.

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            • #7
              Michael..by "dog" you are referring to yourself! you now eat human flesh? I guess it was part of the curriculum to get into ..what was it again? aah Hofstra!
              Low life!

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